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West Virginia to Follow CDC Opioid Prescription Guidelines

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CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – The governor of West Virginia says the state has developed a plan that adheres to federal guidelines for prescribing opioid medications for chronic pain. Local news organizations report that Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin announced Tuesday that starting in January, doctors who prescribe pain pills will be required to follow recent prescribing… Read More

Ohio Gov. John Kasich Says Idea of ‘Rigged’ Election ‘Silly’

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COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – Republican John Kasich is dismissing suggestions by presidential nominee Donald Trump that this year’s election is “rigged.” On CBS This Morning on Wednesday, the Ohio governor and former presidential contender called such statements “silly” and damaging to democracy. The plain-spoken Kasich says suggesting the election will be manipulated and votes stolen… Read More

457SEO: Listen and Let Us Know…


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WOUB News is a small team of journalists dedicated to researching, writing, gathering, and producing accurate information on behalf of its audiences in Southeast Ohio. As a part of those efforts Susan, Aaron, Atish, and Allison are now working on a weekly audio broadcast: 457SEO…   where stories, information, and observations about our communities are… Read More

Trooper Accused of Misusing Police Database for Women’s Info

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MARIETTA, Ohio (AP) – A former Ohio trooper already accused of stalking a subordinate’s wife after an affair has been charged with finding or keeping personal information about 10 other women obtained from a law enforcement database without authorization. William Elschlager was scheduled for arraignment on the new charges Wednesday in Washington County. A message… Read More